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In what country are these tablets compounded?
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Can I give this to my cat who is 14 years old with hip problems?
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Which strength should I be giving my dog? Will advanced hurt her or work better?
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Ihave just purchased 4 bottles of joint care mild and noticed the dark color of the chewable tablets. That is sort of strange for glucosamine isn't it
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Strength of Glucosamine in your Advanced Joint Care Product.
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Ihave just purchased 4 bottles of joint care mild and noticed the dark color of the chewable tablets. That is sort of strange for glucosamine isn't it
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ProSense Glucosamine Advanced Joint Care

60 Chew Tablets Advanced Joint Care with Glucosamine, associated with cartilage health, Vitamin C associated with collagen MSM, associated with flexibility and movement and Chondroitin, associated with joint lubrication. Tasty chewable tablets.
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Where & what to buy
I have been using Glucosamine Advanced Joint care for about 1 year now and i think it has made a remarkable difference, now wal-mart and target have taken it off the shelves. Why? and what could i use in its place?
Dog's Age: Over 7 years old
Cat's Age: 1 year old to 8 years old
asked 3 years, 7 months ago on Glucosamine Advanced Joint Care by
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Phanom
 - Tennessee
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Thank you for contacting Pro Pet. We are in the processing of manufacturing and shipping new tablet stock to both Wal-Mart and Target. Until the tablets are available in your area, we would suggest using our Pro Pet Glucosamine Liquid. We apologize for any inconvenience and if we can help with anything further, don't hesitate to contact us.
Dog's Age: Over 7 years old
Cat's Age: Over 8 years old
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We issued a voluntary recall for all of our tablet products for a possible contamination issue. We have just begun production of new product and hope to have it distributed to both Target and Wal-Mart in approximately 1 month. Until that time, we are still offering our Glucosamine Liquid which is available at each of these retailers and is perfectly safe to administer. We apologize for any inconvenience and if we can help with anything further, feel free to contact us.
Dog's Age: Over 7 years old
Cat's Age: Over 8 years old
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Glucosamine Advanced Tablets
I currently buy Pro-Pet Glucosamine Advanced Tablets from Wal-Mart but was wondering if it was possible to order them through the mail?
Thanks, Jennifer
Dog's Age: Over 7 years old
Cat's Age: Don't have a cat
asked 3 years, 10 months ago on Glucosamine Advanced Joint Care by
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Jenn
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Dear Jennifer:

Thank you for contacting Pro Pet. We don't ship or sell products directly however we would suggest checking both Wal-Mart's and Target's website to possibly order direct. If we can help with anything further, feel free to contact us.
Dog's Age: Over 7 years old
Cat's Age: Over 8 years old
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Re: Dosage of Advanced Joint Care at Beginning
Hello. Our beloved dog Kacee - 6 yr.old 15 lb. Daschund mix is having a "flare up" w/joint pain. He had the same thing last year for about a week and we had given him Metacam briefly. We just got the Advanced Joint Care and gave him one dose appropriate for weight, but I've seen other info. recommending a higher dose to start when you first give it to them. I couldn't find anything related specifically to this product and am hoping you'll let me know whether you would recommend that/upping the dosage in the beginning. Thanks so much for your time! We just can't wait to see our little guy his bubbly self again! :(
Kimrose
Dog's Age: 2 years old to 7 years old
Cat's Age: Don't have a cat
asked 3 years, 9 months ago on Glucosamine Advanced Joint Care by
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Dear Kimrose:

Thank you for your inquiry to Pro Pet. Some joint products do work as you've described however for ours, we recommend administering the dosage based on your pet's weight and continuing at that same level. It may take approximately 4-6 weeks before you see positive improvement. We hope this is helpful and if we can be of any further assistance, feel free to contact us.
Dog's Age: Over 7 years old
Cat's Age: Over 8 years old
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When will Glucosamine Advanced Joint Care(P-83065) be availible to purchase again?
I Have used this product on My German Shepard for quite some time now. I have tried substatuteing with other products, but "WOLF", just likes, and gets along much better, with the Propet Glucosamine Advanced Joint Care Chewable Tabs. Sure Hope it is VERY SOON!!! Thanks, Says Wolf
Dog's Age: 2 years old to 7 years old
Cat's Age: Don't have a cat
asked 3 years, 8 months ago on Glucosamine Advanced Joint Care by
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garybina
 - Sedalia, Missouri
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Dear Gary:

Thank you for contacting Pro Pet. Yes, we are anticipating to have new product available in the stores in approximately 4-6 weeks. In the meantime, we are still offering our Glucosamine Liquid which we would recommend using. We do apologize for any inconvenience and if I can be of any further assistance, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Dog's Age: Over 7 years old
Cat's Age: Over 8 years old
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answered 3 years, 7 months ago by
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I was wondering if it was ok to give my 6 month and 11 month old english mastiffs glucosamine advanced joint care?
Dog's Age: Under 2 years old
Cat's Age: Under 1 year old
asked 3 years, 7 months ago on Glucosamine Advanced Joint Care by
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Lindsay
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Dear Lindsay:

Thank you for contacting Pro Pet. The Advanced Formula of our Joint care is intended to be given to pet with chronic/severe issues such as arthritis, hip displasia, etc. In your case with the age of your pups, it would be recommended to give them our basic Pro Pet Glucosamine and this can be given to pets 12 weeks and over. If we can help with anything further, feel free to contact us.
Dog's Age: Over 7 years old
Cat's Age: Over 8 years old
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administering dosage to dog
My dog is 8 years old and has experienced extreme pain in his joints and all the other symptoms that coincide with an arthritic condition. I have purchased "Glucosamine Advanced joint powder". What is the best way to administer the dosage to the dog?
Dog's Age: Over 7 years old
Cat's Age: Don't have a cat
asked 3 years, 5 months ago on Glucosamine Advanced Joint Care by
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cujo
 
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Thank you for contacting ProPet. You do not state how much your dog weighs but basically you are going to add the following teaspoons to your dogs food daily based on his weight. You also just want to make sure he eats it all so it is best to sprinkle directly on top of his food without mixing.
Dog's Age: Over 7 years old
Cat's Age: Don't have a cat
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JeanettefromCustomerCare
 - New York
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Is there a visual difference between Glucosamine Advanced joint care and the regular Glucosamine Joint Care?
I thought the Advanced tablets had more rounded edges where as the regular version has more of a "sqaured off" edge. I recently purchased the Advanced version that was filled with this "squared off" version and not the more "rounded" version and it caused my dog Lady to get sick and throw up.

Prior to this I had been giving her the Advanced - more rounded version with out any problems - my wife recently had made the mistake of buying the regular - squared version and that had made Lady sick.

So, is there a visual difference between the two?
Dog's Age: Over 7 years old
Cat's Age: Don't have a cat
asked 2 years, 11 months ago on Glucosamine Advanced Joint Care by
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Thank you for contacting ProPet. There is no difference "shape" wise in the tablets. All of our tablets are round, not square. The reason your dog could have become ill is because the ingredients are a bit different in the products and when you switch from one to the other like that it can cause gastrointestinal upset. Whenever you offer something different you cannot do it suddenly like that and I would recommend doing it gradually.
Dog's Age: 2 years old to 7 years old
Cat's Age: Don't have a cat
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 - New York
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Glucosamine Advance Joint Care
we have used the powde version on our 14 y-o dog Larry. WalMart doesn't stock the powder form and I bought the tables. They are so hard that I can not crumble them, or soak them enough for him to eat. My husband took a hammer to them last night. Surely this is not the best method. Did we just get a bad batch?
Dog's Age: Over 7 years old
Cat's Age: Don't have a cat
asked 2 years, 9 months ago on Glucosamine Advanced Joint Care by
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Sheri
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Thank you for contacting Propet. The Powder was discontinued just so you know. Regarding the tablets yes they are a hard tablet and if your pet is not able to chew them you may want to gently slide it down the back of his throat for him to just swallow. I am afraid that would be the only method for a dog that cannot chew.
Dog's Age: 2 years old to 7 years old
Cat's Age: Don't have a cat
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JeanettefromCustomerCare
 - New York
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I recently purchased Pro-Pet Glucosamine Advanced Joint Care for my dog and noticed the bottle is not tamper-resistant. Is this how you package??
Dog's Age: Over 7 years old
Cat's Age: Don't have a cat
asked 2 years, 6 months ago on Glucosamine Advanced Joint Care by
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Jeanie
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Thank you for contacting Propet. We actually do have a seal on the opening of the bottle however our last major batch that was produced not enough glue was put on the seal and as a result when you open the bottle for the first time if you look on the inside of the cap you will notice the seal stuck to it, it comes off. We have advised the supplier of this but rest assured they are perfectly safe to use.
Dog's Age: 2 years old to 7 years old
Cat's Age: Don't have a cat
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answered 2 years, 6 months ago by
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JeanettefromCustomerCare
 - New York
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What are the side effects of the glucosamine advanced joint care
I have been giving this to my dog every other day and now she wont eat and has excessive thirst and abd bloating
Dog's Age: 2 years old to 7 years old
Cat's Age: Don't have a cat
asked 2 years, 5 months ago on Glucosamine Advanced Joint Care by
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Anjelica
 
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Thank you for contacting Propet. In order for the Glucosamine to be effective it needs to be given every day. With regards to the symptoms you are describing this does not seem like it would be related to the tablets. There is nothing in these other than natural ingredients that should bother her stomach. I would stop the pills for now to see how she does but would consider taking her to see a vet as bloating can be dangerous for a dog.
Dog's Age: 2 years old to 7 years old
Cat's Age: Don't have a cat
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